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16) for some positive constant C. 13), with p = 1 and σ1 = −α < 0, hold. Here, we see the importance of the pointwise gradient estimates with p = 1 and exponentials of negative type. 16) implies that f 2 log |f | is integrable whenever f ∈ W 1,2 (RN , µ). This Sobolev-type result is very precise, as an example of L. Gross shows: if µ is the Gaussian measure, then there exists a function f ∈ W 1,2 (RN , µ) such that f 2 (log f )(log log f ) is not integrable. In particular, one can not expect any Sobolev embedding, such as W 1,2 (RN , µ) ⊂ Lp (RN , µ), when p > 2.

23) where G = A − Ds , and, under stronger assumptions, also the space C ∞ (RN +1 ) of smooth and compactly supported functions defined in RN +1 is a core of Gp for any p ∈ [1, +∞). 24) RN +1 satisfied by any u ∈ D(Gp ) and p ∈ (1, +∞). Under stronger assumptions on the inner product b(t, x), x or assuming that the diffusion coefficients are bounded in RN +1 , the previous inequality is, in fact an equality (the so called time dependent identit´e de carr´e du champs) satisfied by any u ∈ D(Gp ) for any p ≥ 2.

Pr . Finally, the symbol “⋆” denotes suitable matrices, the matrix Q(x) = (qij (x)) is strictly positive definite at any x ∈ RN , with coefficients which may grow at most quadratically at infinity, and F is a sufficiently smooth vector valued function. It is possible to associate a semigroup {T (t)} with the operator A and to prove uniform estimates for the spatial derivatives of the function T (t)f up to the third-order, when f ∈ Cb (RN ). Such estimates can be used to prove Schauder estimates for the distributional solutions to both the elliptic equation and the nonhomogeneous Cauchy problem associated with the operator A.